Today, more than 50% of schools employ 1:1 technology in the classroom. It’s an efficient and effective method to equip students with tools, skills, and resources they need to be successful in a world where technology is always evolving.

While incorporating technology into the classroom has many benefits, it also creates challenges such as a new stream of student distractions and an increase in off-task student behavior.

In fact, students with 1:1 technology in the classroom are off task on average 20% of the time.

With access to the internet comes a never-ending stream of content that threatens to draw students’ attention away from the task at hand. Suddenly, the investment you made in student Chromebook, PC, and/or MacBook technology creates a need for increased student activity monitoring to ensure students are on task, focused, and comprehending. Providing students with 1:1 devices alone isn’t enough to ensure they are going to thrive in a digital classroom environment. In order to create a productive learning environment and maximize the return on your technology investment, you need to pair your school’s 1:1 technology with DyKnow’s Chromebook, PC, and MacBook monitoring Classroom Management Software.


  • Real-time visibility into student behavior
  • Analytics to spot trends and student device activity
  • Tools to manage student access and keep students engaged
  • Confidence that students are on task and comprehending

If you have devices in the classroom, DyKnow is the partner that will help you minimize distractions and keep students on task.


Learn how to defeat distraction in your classroom with Dyknow.

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Rachel is a native Texan that spent months skiing in the mountains of Utah after graduating from DePauw University ('16) in Indiana. After her skiing adventure, she made her way back to the Midwest to start her career in marketing. When Rachel's not creating and managing marketing campaigns, you can find her planning her next trip, working out at Orange Theory, and eating brunch at Garden Table.